BEIJING (APP) - Interior Minister Rehman Malik Thursday said China would provide financial help to Pakistan in capacity building of law enforcing agencies. Yes, China will provide a grant of two million RMB (Chinese currency) for the capacity building of law enforcing agencies of Pakistan and during a meeting with my Chinese counterpart, I will suggest for provision of APCs (Armoured Personal Carriers) for police, Rehman Malik told APP. Earlier, addressing the Pakistani community at Pakistan Embassy, Rehman said the PPP-led government after coming into power was confronted with a number of challenges including terrorism. But with the support of masses and wise decision-making by the political leadership, most of the issues were either solved or reduced to some extent. Referring to the National Finance Commission (NFC) Award, which remained dormant for many years, he said the government was able to reach to an accord after building consensus among all the political forces. He said the most pressing problem being faced by the country at present was the shortage of power. The government is well aware of the difficulties of the masses owing to power shortage and it has taken a number of steps to reduce the load-shedding. Rehman said the steps taken recently were short-term. The govt had been working on war footing to address the issue and decided to acquire rental power plants. Ponting to the successes that have been achieved in flushing out terrorists from Swat and other parts of Malakand Division, Rehman said the democratically elected government was committed to eliminate terrorism. He also mentioned the swift rehabilitation of 2.5 million IDPs in a record period of time who left their abodes following the operation launched against the extremists. With the blessing of Almighty Allah, the situation in Swat and Malakand has returned to normal, Malik said, adding, We are proud of our Armys unprecedented efforts in ensuring peace in these areas. Malik said it was also the responsibility of the international community to come forward and contribute in eliminating the menace of terrorism. He asked the Pakistani community to play their part in strengthening economic ties between Pakistan and China, and stressed the need of setting up a joint Pak-China Chambers of Commerce and Industry. Earlier, China Central Television (CCTV-News) interviewed Rehman Malik in which he spoke in detail on various subjects.